With 10 weeks to go before South Africa’s opening World Cup fixture, we kick off our countdown, which will bring a new feature every 10 days, with a testing set of trivia …
Batsman Stiaan van Zyl is determined to replicate – or better – the success of Cobras team-mate Dane Piedt, when South Africa’s three-Test against the West Indies starts in Centurion next week.
SA Cricket magazine spoke exclusively to South African wicketkeeper-batsman Morne van Wyk, whose international career might be revived after a relatively surprising inclusion in the 30-man preliminary squad for the 2015 World Cup.
The Proteas’ selectors have missed a trick by not picking David Miller, Rilee Rossouw, and Imran Tahir in the Test squad.
After the frenetic fun and fireworks of the ODIs in New Zealand and Australia, the Proteas turn their attention to Test cricket, writes MARK SALTER.
The Springboks chased down the 182 set by the Proteas with the utmost of ease in what was a great day of sporting action at the Wanderers in Johannesburg on Friday.
CSA have announced the women’s team that will target African dominance in Benoni and Stiaan van Zyl’s wait for Test action should come to an end.
Craig Joubert will be one of the standing umpires when the Proteas take on the Springboks, while Rilee Rossouw has been withdrawn from the squad for the clash on Friday.
The pride of South African sport will clash at the Wanderers on Friday night when the Springboks take on Hashim Amla’s Proteas.
The former U19 star has been thrust into international cricket, but he’s just concentrating on his next game. By: Gareth Stevens.
Chris Gayle will play the RamSlam T20 Challenge knockout games for the Lions, despite suffering a back injury.
A series of World Cup warm-ups were announced on Tuesday that will be played in the week preceding the global showpiece.
Robin Peterson has been recalled to the Proteas Test squad for the three-match Sunfoil Series against the West Indies.
EP Cricket has appointed a new CEO, Samsung links up with the Proteas and Herschelle Gibbs is in hot water.
Former Springbok hooker Tiaan Liebenberg is eager to make a positive impact with bat and ball, during Friday’s Nelson Mandela Legacy Cup fixture against the Proteas at the Wanderers.